Little Rock, Ark.
Thanks to a powerful plunge of Arctic air, several locations are seeing major changes in their weather since Thanksgiving Day.
First, consider Arkansas' capital. Little Rock's Adams Field hit 77° on Wednesday, a daily record high.
Then comes the Arctic plunge, including a threat of freezing rain or sleet on Friday, followed by lows Saturday morning in the upper teens or near 20 degrees.
To recap, an up to 60-degree plunge – from warmth more typical of late October to a potential icy threat – is expected from Wednesday through Saturday morning.
(FORECAST: Little Rock)
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